Program and/or College-related counseling services are available to every student from admission through graduation, including career exploration/preparation and/or educational transfer. Services are also available to assist students in selecting a program of study that closely fits his/her needs, interests, and abilities.

The counseling staff is composed of the Dean of Student Development, Director of Admissions/Student Activities, and Student Development Counselors. Services include admissions counseling, academic counseling, career counseling, and referral services. Personal counseling will be limited to initial crisis assessment and referral. Students seeking personal counseling may contact a counselor to obtain a referral list for mental health providers in the surrounding area. College counselors cannot recommend a particular professional; however, the list provided may assist students in their search process.

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The counseling staff

Counseling services may be used on a voluntary or referral basis. Appointments are encouraged; however, students may also be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Counselors are available:

Student Development/Admissions Counselors Student Development Suite, F-100

Andrea Fillipovich
Student Development/Recruitment Counselor
(252) 246-1257

Leonard Mansfield
Student Development/Testing Counselor
(252) 246-1283

Corey Shaw
Special Populations/Career Counselor
(252) 246-1230

Student Support Services/TRiO Counselors Student Support Services Suite, C-110